Do you love the smell of pumpkin, cinnamon and all those other wonderful fall scents? Bath and Body Works just released a preview of some of its fall fragrances, and they’re making us eager for cool, crisp nights and pumpkin spice beverages.
Fans of the fall collection can’t get enough of these candles, and with so many people spending more time than ever at home, that will probably be even more true this year. In fact, when my oldest daughter found out about the arrival of the fall candles, she commented that Bath and Body Works is trying to single-handedly fix 2020. There’s no doubt that 2020 could use a pick-me-up!
This is just the first round of fall scents from Bath and Body Works, so there’s more to come. So far, the fall collection of assorted candles, Wallflower fragrances and body products comes in their most popular seasonal scents, including Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin, Sweater Weather and Pumpkin Pecan Waffles.
But in addition to the traditional fall favorites, you can also find some new scents to try at home.
If you love the smell of fresh pancakes in the morning (or anytime, really), how about picking up a Blueberry Maple Pancakes candle? Now can you enjoy breakfast any time of day.
Another pumpkin scent that we can’t wait to try is Pumpkin Donut Shop. It combines the essence of glazed donuts, warm pumpkin spices and powdered sugar, according to the description. You get all the joy of warm donuts without the calories!
The Vanilla Pumpkin Marshmallow candle is a different twist on the pumpkin theme. The combination of Tahitian vanilla, pumpkin spice, marshmallow and drizzled caramel sound like a harvest dream!
All of these scents come in the classic, giant three-wick candles for $24.50 each, and single-wick candles are currently part of a two-for-$20 Mix-and-Match promotion.
You can also head to your local Bath and Body Works shops (check that it’s open in your area first) or their website to find these fall scents in other items such as body cream, shower gel and the plug-in room fragrance Wallflowers.
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